Review: Gone, by Leona Deakin

If you want a book that will guarantee you won't sleep at night (and will make you extremely paranoid to boot) then today is your lucky day. That is to say, I loved it. Gone is as twisted and dark as the villains it writes about, and will keep you on tenterhooks from start to finish. It's …

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Review: The Furies, by Katie Lowe

Who wouldn't want to be a part of the cool kid's clique at high school? I mean, I wouldn't. They were far too intimidating for nerdy little me. But you can see why people look up to them. Want to be them. But would you kill to be a part of them? The Furies is a …

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Review: The Night Before, by Wendy Walker

What would you do if your sister disappeared? I mean, it’d be a toss-up between taking all my favourite clothes from her wardrobe and calling the police. But Wendy Walker’s new book is the kind of spine-chillingly good read that makes you rethink everything you know about family (and ESPECIALLY this family). It’s written from …

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Review: The Wych Elm, by Tana French

Who's afraid of the cold, hard truth? Practically everybody in this book is, for starters. The Wych Elm walks a delicate line between murder mystery and profound insight into what motivates us. What makes us 'us'? And can that change? Toby is about to find out. He's always been happy-go-lucky, cruising through life without any major mishaps, …

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